don't know why he doesn't warrant praises at general, but it was a magnificent man, and that was albert sidney johnson. 6'2," 200 pounds, he was the ranking military officer of the united states army when the war broke out. he fought against the mormons, he was sterling character, had a series of financially -- never hint that he broken the law or was dishonest, he had not done well at fort henry or fort donaldson, but he was never in a pitch battle. this is before the rise of robert e. lee. and there was contraries that he looked like a general, talked like a general. he would say t tonight, we will water our horses tonight in the tennessee river, or men, enough of talking, it's time to fight. he said that the time for talk something over with, the time for fighting is now. he had a wondeul education.